An updated list of suggested organizational items for economic students.
At the beginning of each semester, students ask what it takes to succeed in my class. I tell them attendance and note-taking are the foundation but real learning comes from having the ability to learn outside of the classroom. The only way this is possible is if the student is prepared and well organized.
To help with this, Jadrian Wooten and I developed a toolkit for our students. The following items are not required in our courses but are strongly suggested. These items should help any student get on the path to success.
If you have any suggestions on what to add to this list please let me know. These are all linked to my
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